After missing the beginning of training camp, followed by a slow start, Glenn Dorsey has finally begun to show the type of player he is.
After failing to record a tackle in the season opener against New England, Glenn Dorsey has finally begun to show signs of the player that many scouts believed was the best player in the draft. Some experts have even go so far as to compare him to Warren Sapp, one of the games greatest DT's (of course beside our own DT, Derrick Thomas).
Despite only making two tackles and an assist, Glenn Dorsey continued to make plays and be disruptive on the line. While watching the gane, it was hard to find a play where Dorsey wasn't either double, or even triple teamed when Denver had the ball. It seemed as though whenever Denver ran the ball, Dorsey either made the tackle or set the runningback up to be tackled by a Chiefs linebacker.
The best part about all of this, however, is that Dorsey is still not playing to his full potential. When KC begins to reach the quarterback with its ends, something it has failed to do all season, Dorsey will begin to see more one on one battles with gaurds and centers, giving him an opportunity to make even more plays. The fact that our ends still can't get to the quarterback with Glenn being covered the way he is is a bad sign for the Chiefs ends. Had we been able to keep JA (not to say that is what I wanted), but I will go so far as to say that Dorsey would have atleast 1 sack by now.
At this point in his career, Dorsey is not playing his best. He is by no means in the peak of his career (after all, he has only played 4 games), and will only improve as the games go by. However, judging by what I have been seeing on the field from week to week, I have all the confidence in the world in saying that one day, Glenn Dorsey will be able to dominate games on his own, double team or not.